4jL f-.ar.'j;..t'r.? pa :ari TPTA p jLJll at Shady Brook Very Best of Music! obtainable will be on hand and will bring all , kinds of pep and latest dance pieces with them All Kinds of Eats will be served during the evening, these being pre pared in real country style by the ladies of the Shady Brook Community Club GOME, EVERY ONE Correspondents' Weekly News Items TYCH VALLEY HIGH SCHOOI , The entire High school went to Shaniko last Friday afternoon for the return football game with the Shaniko-Antelope boys. The game was hotely contested from the etart The Tygh boys, however, were out played and the final tcore was 6-0 in favor of the Shaniko-Antelope boys. On Tuesday afternoon the Tygh Valley High school went to Dufur for a practice game with the strong and fast Dufur High school team. In this game the Tygh boys showed a marked improvement and lost their chance to score only by a mistake in signals. They did make yardage consistantly and at one time had the ball within eight yards of their opponents' goal. The Tygh boys ran a poor interference and were decidely weak on defensive playing. They somehow have not learned to use their heads. They are game fighters and decidedly good sports. The final score was 7 to 0 in favor of Dufur. The game was referred by Mr. George of the Dufur schools. Mr. George is one of those rare men who can referee a game in which his own team is terested and yet never give nor take from either team. We of Tygh Val ley have for him a very high regard. The Tygh boys play three more games of football, all of which will be on their own grounds and the last of which will be with Maupin on No vember the eighteenth. They then go in for basketball. As stated previously in these . notes, Tygh will run three basketball teams: a High school boys' team, a Junior boys' team, and a team com posed of High school girls. We are now scheduling the games. We of I ball ever held in this extremity of Tygh consider , properly conducted Wasco county. The game was an athletics very helpful to boys and jeven contest after the first touch girls and a good preparation for the i down of the locals. Our boys threat battle of life. It encourages young icned to cross the goal of their op people to observe the laws of health, ponents a second time and the Tygh because without health they can not aggregation made a pretty, march compete successfully as members of ( down our twenty-five yard line in the different teams. The writer has ,the last quarter.. Both teams show- known boys to voluntarily discard cirtain bad habits because those ha bits' interfered with their success as athletes. Athletic contests develop TO IT M I aturday Even'g got those habits that are most necessary to success in the battle of life, such as courage, self-reliance, . stick-to-it-iveness, quick and accurate thinking, good sportsmanship, and most im portant of all, honesty. Athletic coaches who permit boys to be crook ed, to say nothing of, encouraging trickery, should be discharged, and honest men secured in their places. Unfair tactics of any kind shoald never be permitted. New equipment for the science department has just lately arrived at the High school. The young peo ple stem to enjoy this subject most of all. They delight to perform ex periments. Next Tuesday, Nevember the eighth is homecoming evening for the Tygh Valley Rebekahs. Visitors are more than welcome. Friendship rules at Tygh. We want our rela tions with our neighbors to be most cordial and friendly and we are ready to do our full part to make such a condition real. We are informed that C. D. Buck ley of Sherman county has purchased in-;the Rondeau farm and will soon be an inhabitant of Tygh. That he will be a most valuable addition to the business life of the community we are very certain. Tygh is slowly coming into its own. , , News Of Busy Shaniko On Friday of the last week our Shaniko-Anttlope football team met and defeated the Tygh Valley boys on tht local gridiron, the score being 6-0. Approximately 200 people wit nessed the game the first of foot- i ed great improvement In their tac- tics of the previous week, when they played a scoreless game at Tygh. The weather man was somewhat un HERE i S -f .1, 1 kind to us, but wind and rain failed to daunt or chill the loyalty of folks behind the boys. Gate receipts and tnd advance ticket sale totaled ap proximately $45.00. A. E. ' Grone wald brot officials for the game from The Dalles and himself served js time keeper. After the game, the boys of each team had their ihowers at the school house. The Tygh boys departed in good spirits ind with a reputation as good sports men. Arrangements for a game with the Maupin boys was made the early lart of the week. It will be played it Maupin on Friday. In the items of last week the writ er neglected to mention the banquet .he boys had at the Hotel Kelly at Maupin after the game with the Tygh boys at Tygh. Thru the cour vesy of the hotel management, the joys were permitted to use the bath ub and dressing room so when they ippeared at the table, they made a ?osy-cheeked and happy-eyed group. Th eats were great, the main attrac tion being four roast ducks raised by Alfred Bennet on his ranch in the Antelope country. When the ap petites had been satisfied, the boys )egan planning to receive the Tygh ggregation one week later. Senti nent was strong for more games, so ilans were made and Ted McGreer vas elected captain of the team. When they finally shoved their chairs 'rom the table, the boys were feeling ery jubilant over their first experi nces in football. The benefit social and box supper aa a great thing. About one hun dred people o gathered at the school 'louse Thursday, "night, enjoying the program, took0 part in the' community ringing, banqueted on .the" contents if dainty boxes, and showered words af praise, and encouragement upon the members of the Shaniko-Antelope football team. The program vas built around the survices of our rchestra members, Dean Hartzel, Vern Shipman and Harry Graham, ibly assisted by Ivan Olsen and A. R. ltermatt. Margaret Reeder, Ger rude Olsen and Phyllis Hanna ap peared in songs, Lawrence Gott and Phyllis Hanna in readings, while Jack Reca and Ralph Reeder demon strated the mysteries of oxygen and carbon dioxide gases. Mrs. Wheeler to sang a ballad and ror an encore "Annie Laurla." Mrs. Casebult gave a reading "Dot Baby of Mine." Song lover then gathered around the piano, and under the leadership of Mrs. Wheeler and Mri. Rees, aattg old time and popular verses. Two mlniture football games followed and then a cracker eating contest by the. primary pupils. The animated voices and laughter (gradually ceased as the auctioneer. Mr. Reeder, and his clerk, Mr. Case bolt mounted the platform. , This was the event of the evening. Bid ding was brisk from start to finish. The first box was knocked down to Viv Bolton of Antelope. Then fol lowed in rapid succession twenty-five more, in fact, bidding waa ao spirited that all but one of the busketa weie told when the auctioneer first reali led the danger of losing out' on a feed for himself. Then in a bidding contest with his son he won the last basket at the premium price of $5. BO thereby securing " the . highest priced basket of the evening. Mr. Casebolt had to pay $5.1)0 for his box ao Mrs. Reeder and Mrs. Case bolt had the pleasure of seeing their boxes make the largest contributions to the bene fund for the foo'tball by a. Th gross proceed r from the sale of boxes and lunch was (65 00 I Then came the speachmaklng. Principals Springer and , Broughton, of Antelope and Shaniko respective ly, and Alfred Bennet, coach, started the ball rolling. .., Others s spoke in rapid succession, proclaiming . their Interest In the game and their confi dence that the boys would give a good account of themselves on the gridiron Friday. The climax came when Mayor Gavin. arose to declare a half holiday iorhe game. There upon, Mayor Bolton, not to be out done, did likewise for Antelope, and Mr. Bennet announced that his ranch hands were all getting time off to come to the game. The hour was getting late ao the party broke tip singing "Auld Lang Syne." i . i .... L V. Broghton photographed the football team In their new togs on Tuesday of last week. . Eugene Warner, registered as a Freshman, Monday morning. He has spent the first two months In a pri vate school in Portland. Optician Coming Dr. Clarke, of the Clarke Optical Co., No. 360A Alder St, Portland, Oregon, Eye Sight Specialist, will be in Maupin, all day and evening, Monday, November 7th, at the Home Hotel. See Him About Your Eyes. New Cattle-Shipping Point Nearly 1,000 head of fat steers were shipped in one day reecently from Seneca, on the high plain of Grant county, a spot which a few years ago was one of the bleakest, coldest and most isolated in the e An honest cigarette honestly advertised Delightful tobaccos, the choicest grown Blended with skill and care. Sold without bunk of any kind, and it leads the world by billions 192T. It HotmU Toomm ay, WkutoavotlMa, N. C United States. A railroad has been built northward from Burns to get to the timber belt of southern Grant county and it will also nerve tho great cattle country embraced in tho 70 miles from Burns to Cunyon City, with a wide area east and west. Oregon Newt Notes Bend turkey growers will ship 00 tons of turkeys this year. Record area of winter wheat being sown in Eastern Oregon this yrar. Redmond reports a great scarcity of houses to meet renting needs. Salem Elsinore Theatre adds $20,000 worth of electrical equip ment Marshfleld :G, W. Moore Lumber Co. buys 1,000 acres timber on Co quille River. Gold Hill 400 cars cement and US cars of fruit iro from here in September. Brooks Japanese gardeners give carload of celery toward building a Japanese school. Portland to have an extension of New York stock exchange ticker. t, Pendleton Jamca Moloney ranch, 900 acres, has crop of 48,000 bushels wheat , LaGrande building two $250,000 hotels. Burns Levena Hotel to be doubled in size. economically . i Of ftoilM PACK UP the family and ( old kit bag; go to sunny California for a few weeks, months or for the winter. i Visit movidand, orange grove, the oil field, beach resorts, big cities. Golf courses galore! 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